Wow, did it snow yesterday or what?! That came out of nowhere, and the roads were stopped up like crazy — especially on the way to work in the morning.

But unfortunately, there were A LOT of people stranded on the side of the road, and that was mostly because of fender benders and troubles with tires etc. And I feel like Boise used to be (and sometimes still is) a place where people pull over to lend a hand when someone is stranded, but that is happening less and less.

That’s when the question hit me, do I even know how to change my own tires? I’d like to think so, because I’ve learned how to do that before, but let’s just say it’s been a really long time since I’ve had to do that haha! How about you — do you know how to change your own tires?

Or... are we all totally and fully reliant on someone else and other services out there to help us? I took the question to Facebook to see what y’all think, and there were a lot of good responses!

Some comments were funny, some were helpful, and some just completely dissed on Californians (of course). Below are some of the best comments we got — but it doesn't stop there...

Keep scrolling for 10 things that are guaranteed to give Boise drivers road rage AND the counties in Idaho with the most car crashes 👇

Can You Change Your Own Tires? (Hilarious Idahoan Responses)

10 Things Guaranteed to Give Boise Drivers Road Rage

Top 15 Counties in Idaho with the Most Car Crashes

Are You Smart Enough to Pass the Idaho Driver's Test If You Had to Take It Today?

New Idahoans have 90 days to apply for their Idaho driver's license after moving here. To pass? You have to get 36/40 questions correctly! Are you up for the challenge?

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